Rukban refugee camp is one of the most famous and horrible places in Syria. People, who wanted to find a shelter from the war and islamists’ crimes, became prisoners. They call this place a “slow death”. We contacted a human rights activist, who revealed shocking details of refugees’ life in deplorable conditions there.
Residents of refugee camps in Syria continue to suffer from dire living conditions.
Damascus has repeatedly criticized Washington over its reluctance to allow people to leave the Rukban camp.
About 450 refugees have reportedly arrived at Jleighem checkpoint to leave the US-held area.
A number of Rukban residents reportedly left the camp heading towards the Syrian army-held territories.
Islamic State terrorists are expected to start fresh attacks on the Syrian army despite the US and SDF claims of the Daesh defeat.
SDF leadership and US military advisors are going to deploy Kurdish and Arab fighters to a new battle after ISIS defeat in Deir Ezzor’s Baghuz Fawqani town.
The disastrous humanitarian situation in Syria’s Rukban camp, where US-backed militant groups are forcibly keeping refugees, leaves children no chance to survive, the heads of the Russian and Syrian inter-agency coordination headquarters, Colonel General Mikhail Mizintsev and Hussein Makhlouf, said in a joint statement, according to TASS. “The situation in the camp remains disastrous, its…
Sources in Rukban refugees camp report that #UN is preparing to send another humanitarian convoy to the camp that hosts some 50,000 people. Important detail: UN personnel will also conduct a field survey asking people whether they want to stay or to leave the camp.
Four officers of the Syrian Arab Army were killed in a surprise attack carried out by ISIS terrorists near the Syria-Iraqi border on Wednesday, January 23.